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St George's players in Qualifying
Our local players in qualifying all learned their squash as
juniors at St George's Hill,
and they have all been Danny Lee's pupils for a reasonable
length of time at
some stage of their development ...
started at St George's Hill at 2 years old with his lifelong
friend Joe Lee.
He is part of a great squash family with both his parents
playing at team level and his sisters Harriet and Georgie both
having held the number 1 spot in the England Junior Rankings at
one age group.
Alex himself was an English Under 17 number 1 who turned pro at
16 and has played the tour for the past nine years.
His highest world ranking is 113 and he has featured in both PSL
and Surrey Cup for St George's over the past 10 years.
whose father Tony was an international 1500 metre runner, joined
St George's as a junior in 2005 and played for several years at
the club, having coaching with Danny Lee before basing himself
at Surrey Sports Park.
Tristan graduated from Loughborough University and then followed
his dream to play on the squash circuit.
He currently works with Jesse Englebrecht, the former Zimbabwe
tour pro who works at Surrey Sports Park.
Tristan has elected to play for South Africa and recently
reached the quarter finals of their national championships. His
highest World Ranking is 178.
18, is another St George's prodigy from a squash playing family.
His father Robin, who has been a driving force in his
development, played alongside Ross Norman, Paul Johnson, Tim
Garner, Pete Genever and Danny Lee in the St George's First team
for several years and his three siblings Paul, Mark and Sarah
all play county junior squash.
Matthew is passionate about his squash and has made his way to
number 7 in the England Under 19 rankings.
With his ability to fight for every point and no lack of skill
he is capable of upsetting some of the better palyers in the
Matthew starts Nottingham University this month along with
fellow Surrey juniors Ben Windle and Tom Bailey.
Stuart is another young player from St George;s who has chosen
to play for the country of his parents' birth.
Stuart was the Irish junior champion before heading to Bristol
University where he shared a house with the El Shorbagy
brothers. He may tell you that he taught them everything they
know about squash but we suspect its the other way around !!
Stuart is back in Weybridge now training and working at St
George's Hill whilst preparing for his own assault on the PSA
The Clic Sargent qualifying will provide him with a great
opportunity to play against a higher ranked opponent and
hopefully impress the home supporters.